"Login 2 Life" is a new documentary directed by Daniel Moshel that examines the life virtual, wherein he shows that it isn't as much about escaping your "real" life as much as extending and expanding what it means to be human. It's an impressive feat that the trailer above doesn't do justice to.
A meandering series of vignettes, "Login 2 Life" follows the life paths of six people who spend a good part of their days and nights in virtual online spaces, notably Second Life and World of Warcraft. His subjects include a disabled woman who connects with other people with disabilities in Second Life, a singer in Germany who gigs to an online bevy of fans, and an entrepreneur who creates and markets virtual sex devices. He also profiles a number of dedicated World of Warcraft players, one severely disabled, another who plays as his profession, and a family who "gold farm" for their livelihood in China.